Rollei INFRARED is a hyperpanchromatic black-and-white negative film with a nominal sensitivity of ISO 200/24° to 400/27° up into the infrared range (650 – 750nm). It is cast on a crystal-clear, synthetic carrier, which makes it very suitable for developing as a slide. This film is characterized by its high resolving power, finest grain, and high edge sharpness. It is easy to handle and can be exposed with or without an infrared filter. Without an infrared filter, Rollei INFRARED acts like an ordinary, high-sensitivity black-and-white film. However, if an infrared filter is used, highly creative results can be achieved.
To take full advantage of the performance of the film, we recommend using an infrared filter to achieve the typical infrared “wood effect”.
Due to the crystal clear PET carrier, the INFRARED is very well suited as a black and white slide.
Agitation: In the first 60 seconds continuously, then for 5 sec every 30 seconds.
Process temperature: 20°C/68°F
|Developer||ISO||Dilution||Time [min.] (20°C/68°F)|
|Rollei Supergrain||400/27°||1 + 12||7|
|Rollei RLS||200/24°||1 + 4||14:30 (24°C)|
|R09/Rodinal||400/27°||1 + 25||10:30|
|R09/Rodinal||400/27°||1 + 50||22|
|R09 Spezial/Studio||400/27°||1 + 15||8:30|
|R09 Spezial/Studio||400/27°||1 + 31||17|
|ILFORD ILFOSOL||400/27°||1 + 3||5|
|ILFORD ID-11 / Kodak D-76||400/27°||stock||10:50|
|Kodak X-TOL||400/27°||1 + 1||17|
|Kodak HC-110||400/27°||B (1 +31)||5|
|Moersch Tanol||400/27°||1 + 1 + 100||19:30 (24°C)|